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Agricultural energy requirements and land use patterns in Illinois

Kirk Ruthenburg

Agricultural energy requirements and land use patterns in Illinois

by Kirk Ruthenburg

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Published by Illinois Division of Energy in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Energy consumption -- Illinois.,
    • Land use -- Illinois.,
    • Corn industry -- Energy consumption.,
    • Soybean industry -- Energy consumption.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementprepared by Kirk Ruthenburg, J. E. Dunwoody.
      ContributionsDunwoody, J. E., joint author., Illinois. Division of Energy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS494.5.E5 R87
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 64 p. ;
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4696915M
      LC Control Number77624185

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Agricultural energy requirements and land use patterns in Illinois by Kirk Ruthenburg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ruthenburg, Kirk. Agricultural energy requirements and land use patterns in Illinois. Springfield, Ill.: Illinois Division of Energy, Illinois County Officials: Land Use Issues and Concerns.

In recent years, a number of land use issues, such as loss of agricultural land, impacts of nonfarm development, siting for specific land uses (animal feeding operations, for example), and even political issues related to how land use decisions are made, have been the focus of increased public concern and debate.

Return to: Illinois Department of Agriculture Bureau of Land and Water Resources State Fairgrounds, P.O. Box Springfield, Illinois FAX Attach this Agricultural Site Review Information sheet and the IEPA Project Summary to the project's cover letter.

rent land use, and changes in land use (Le., land types) over the past years. A primary statewide data set used in this analysis was a digitized version of the General Soil Associa- tion map of Illinois (Fehrenbacher et al. ), with a resolution of approximately ha and a total of 2, polygons for the State.

(The soil associationCited by: Agricultural Land Use P. Berger J. Bolte Tab le Distribution of agricultural land use for each scenario. Land Use LULC Agricultural % 83% 99% 80% Built 0% 1% 1% 6% Natural 0% 16% 0% 14% Agricultural % 85% 99% 76% Built 0% 2% 1% 8% Natural 0% 13% 0% 17% All Farmland Prime Farmland Development Plan Trend Conservation File Size: KB.

USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information. NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms.

The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of. Return to: Illinois Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Land and Water Resources. Phone Email @ Complete this Agricultural Site Review Information sheet and attach to each Solar Agricultural Impact Mitigation Agreement being submitted.

Be sure to. include an aerial location map. delineating the site. Illinois alone contributed about 20% of the nitrate-nitrogen loads, and about 11% of the phosphorus loads into the Gulf of Mexico.

The State of Illinois has recommended a series of Best-Management Practices (BMPs) for use by the agricultural community, however, they are a list of suggestions, not policy. The installed shaft power and amount of energy required for cultivating a hectare of land varies with the crop, the soil condition, and the method and cycle of agriculture.

For agriculture energy requirements, as for domestic energy requirements, it is not easy to generalize 1 about energy and power requirements. However, a limited amount of.

Illinois Agricultural Areas Conservation and Preservation Act Introduction. Illinois Department of Revenue figures show a loss of almostacres of land assessed as farmland from toor acres per hour for 15 years. ( ILCS /15) Sec. Agricultural impact mitigation agreement. (a) A commercial renewable energy facility owner of a commercial wind energy facility or a commercial solar energy facility that is located on landowner property shall enter into an agricultural impact mitigation agreement with the Department outlining construction and deconstruction standards and policies designed to.

The land must be in agricultural use as of January 1 st of the tax year. In the event that agricultural use is not evident on January 1 st, the Chief Appraiser will grant agricultural use only if the owner can show evidence that they intend to put the land into agricultural use and that agricultural use will be the primary use of the land forFile Size: KB.

5 Energy Efficiency in Agriculture California may use as much as 30% of their energy expenditures for pumping water and could save $ million in energy costs by implementing efficient irrigation practices.7 Indeed, 90% of all electricity used on farms is used for pumping groundwater Meanwhile, dairies, in Wisconsin, which use energy for cooling milk and keeping cows warm can save $ Use the links on this page to explore program details and eligibility requirements, and to find additional help and information.

* * Please note that the Beginning Farmer Bond loan limit is $, * *. illinois ag ed provides opportunities for leadership development, personal growth, and career success through classroom/laboratory instruction, work-based learning (SAE), and.

the Agricultural Energy Efficiency Best Practices Guide is to provide Wisconsin’s WHAT’S INSIDE agriculture community with methods and tools to help reduce their energy use. The recommendations outlined in this guide are meant to aid in conservation efforts by.

found in Illinois for wise land-use planning and accurate land appraisal. Most of the soil productivity information now in use is taken from the CircularProductivity of Illinois Soils (Odell and Oschwald, ).

Much of the information was developed using data from the period between and (Wascher et al., )File Size: KB. Subscribe to our newsletters to get updates about Illinois Public Media's role in giving voice to local arts, education, new ideas, and community needs, sent straight to your inbox.

[email protected]   Bradley Zwilling • land prices • Each year the National Agricultural Statistics Service of the USDA releases estimated average farm real estate values by state. The estimates are based on surveys of farmers from selected geographical areas.

The surveys follow strict statistical guidelines. Estimated values maybe revised the following year based on additional information. The trend in land use in the coastal zone involves conversion of cropland to residential, industrial, commercial and open space (parks, forest preserves).

Table -1 summarizes agricultural land use (and other land covers/uses) 3 for the Illinois Coastal Zone, as taken from the 30 meter grid satellite imagery by the USDA. AGriculture, Land USe, Food & Sequestration TEAM MEMBERS We would also like to thank the College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences (ACES) for the constant support in meeting the Illinois Climate Action Plan which will take some food waste and use it .making up 57% of the agricultural operations in the state.

They operate on over million acres producing over $ million in direct agricultural sales. The largest use of the agricultural land is used for animals including beef cattle, sheep, goats, fish and other animal products.

They grow a variety of crops including, but not limited. Direct energy consumption includes the use of diesel, electricity, propane, natural gas, and renewable fuels for activities on the farm. Indirect energy consumption includes the use of fuel and feedstock (especially natural gas) in the manufacturing of .